A total of 33 people were killed and 45 others wounded in attacks on Saturday in Iraq, the police said.
Up to 45 people were killed and 113 wounded in separate bombings and shootings across Iraq on Sunday, amid growing tension that threatens to bring the country back to sectarian strife.
More than 60 people were killed and over 200 others wounded in a wave of bombings attacks across Iraq on Saturday, mostly in the capital Baghdad, according to latest data given by officials and local media.
Three civilians, including two children, were killed and nine others wounded in two back-to-back explosions in eastern Afghan province of Wardak, the provincial government said in a statement.
A day after an explosion at a Kampong Chhnang demining training center wounded four American trainers, three remained in serious condition after being flown to a Thai hospital, doctors said yesterday.
Up to 17 people were killed and 133 wounded in two bomb attacks targeting offices of Kurdish parties in northern Iraq on Wednesday, the police said.
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